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Have a stroll on this magestic bridge and admire the sweaty joggers, the beards, the fur lined hats and of course, the view.
Longest bridge in the world!
Take pics on/of the Williamsburg bridge, obv. Take pics of LES & Williamsburg too
Walk or bike in your lane!
If you're biking, make sure to stay in the biking lane. If you're walking, make sure you're in the pedestrian lane.
Finding the pedestrian bridge on the BK side can be tricky.
Hands down the best bridge in Brooklyn.
In this weather, why take the train?! Walk, soak up some vitamin d and enjoy the view from the bridge.
Nice incline. Get your climbing / hills workout / interval training.
go for a run at sunset. it's wonderful.
Make this a slow trip through NYC greatest engineering sculpture, gaze at the Domino Sugar Factory on the Brooklyn side. It is also a pretty good running spot if you can handle slopes.
Pedestrians on the south side and bicyclists on the north side!
Taking in the city views, approaching Brooklyn, all wrapped in the beautiful pink paint of the Williamsburg Bridge. Best way to get fresh air in the hot summer days.
Walking over the bridge -- day, dusk, night -- is one of the best experiences you can have in New York. Bring a date. Make out!
Wonderful view of the city from here.
Wonderful walk during the day or at night.
Try the view; it's breathtaking.
Both cyclists and pedestrians enter here, so make sure to your own lane—it's dangerous (and illegal) to take the wrong one. Walkers can exit the bridge at Berry and South 5th St. - Green Guide Editor
Make NYC Your Gym on your bike! Check-in at Williamsburg Bridge Bikeway and for more info on Making NYC Your Gym visit: http://on.nyc.gov/T6Gc9J
– Submitted by La’Larissa V. on Facebook
Lanes are split in the middle. One side for bikes on for walk/runners. Be mindful.
There is a path for pedestrians and one for bikes. So harmonious.
Getting some good traction from the new surface on this slushy icy night